IEP at a Glance

The special education resources on this page were authored by Watson Institute’s special education consultants and faculty.

IEP at a Glance

This summary EXAMPLE provides information on student needs, reinforcers, and motivators located in a student’s IEP that can aid in room and material design as well as promote incorporation of IEP goals into the teaching process throughout the day.

Supplemental IEP at a Glance Tools:

IEP at a Glance_Expanded: This expanded example document includes the Prevention and Consequence pieces of a student’s Positive Behavior Support Plan. In addition, it categorizes the Specially Designed Instruction section of a student’s IEP with specific headings for easy understanding.

If a student’s IEP includes a behavior plan, the following two documents are examples of information that may be located in the behavior plan and can then be placed on notecards, laminated, and carried by team members working with the student.

Prevention and Consequence Card

Crisis Cue Card

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